Terral’s Project Black Star Update Report 2018 – Newsletter 19
Seismic event indicators say Earth is elevenweeks intothe first earth-change uptick period for the 2018 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star positioned in the left-center of the Libra Constellation relative to the Sun.
Year-over-year weekly seismic-event values for Week 11 show one of the 7-magnitude earthquake events for the last five orbit cycles only for 2015. Three of the 6-magnitude quake events for 2018 is same weekly-event total for the last two years, as Earth has followed the 2017 seismic pattern for most of the year. While twenty-seven of the 5-mag quakes is 8 events below the year-over-year weekly average (35.25), 644 of the 2.5 to 4-magnitude earthquake events is almost 400 events higher than the Week 11 weekly average (247.5), showing 2018 global earthquake activity (674 total events) to be far-more active than what we have seen for the last four years. In fact, Earth has seen more than 500 of these key indicator quake events only twice since the investigation started in Week 02 of 2014 (536 with an electromagnetic Jolt) and Week 27 of 2015 (533).
Week-over-week seismic-event values for Week 11 no 7-magnitude earthquake events for nine weeks in a row, which is another sign that Earth is following the 2017 seismic pattern. Earth saw three of the 6-magnitude quake events with the Jolt in Week 07 and now three events for Week 11 indicating that the mini-lull period (Weeks 08 through 10) within the current earth-change uptick period is over. Earth reached the minimum weekly-event value (17) in Week 08 following the Week 07 electromagnetic Jolt, which now sees those weekly values gradually climbing higher through the mid-20’s. The extremely-high weekly-total value of 2.5 to 4-magnitude earthquake events was caused in part by increased seismic activity at the Hawaii Quake Swarm Area, as the massive deep magma-plume formation continues pushing east from Indonesia-Fiji through the Americas.
Summing up the global seismic picture for the 2018 Earth orbit cycle relative to the Black Star, the data shows that Week 01 represents the time our planet reached the 90-degree angle relative to the Sun and Black Star reaching minimum values. Earth turned in natural orbit around the Sun to begin moving towards the Black Star in Week 02 showing the “J” (Jolt) value where Earth received an electromagnetic jolt caused by the Black Star-Earth magnetic portal connection shortening rapidly, which coincided with the fifth and final big quake event (7.5 Papua) over the eight-week period running from Week 48 (2017 cycle) to Week 02. The Black Star-Earth magnetic portal connection then swings around to the opposite side of our planet to shorten rapidly producing this second electromagnetic jolt (J) and the mini-peak in global seismic activity for Week 07. Earth then moved through the predicted mini-lull period (Weeks 08 – 10) within the overall earth-change uptick period (Weeks 01 – 13), which represents the calm before the predicted seismic-volcanic storm that is taking place around the planet as we speak. My expectation is that global seismic activity will increase through Week 13 and perhaps Week 14, but then drop rapidly like we saw in 2017.
We are looking 2.5+ magnitude earthquake events for the last 7 days, which reveals a seismic pattern associated with deep magma plume activity (article and map) from Earth mantle transition zone (Wiki) at the 10-kilometer depth. Four deep earthquake events in Indonesia (upper left) have added massive energy to Buoyancy-barrier Corridor 1, which is more activity than we have seen along this corridor since the 2018 Earth orbit cycle began in late February. This shift in the Pacific-Ocean Seismic-Volcanic Dynamic suggests an increase in seismic activity within the Cascadia Subduction Zone (Wiki) between now and Week 13/14. The two deep quake events along buoyancy-barrier corridor 2 (Fiji on left and Bolivia on right) have added deep magma-plume energy to the corridor/deep magma-plume arm where the terminal-end formation is projected to be positioned off the California West Coast north of Los Angeles. Again, the terminal ends of magma-plume arm 1 and 2, positioned off the USA West Coast, are much-closer than previously realized. The tall stack of flags marking the Hawaii Quake Swarm Area, is responsible for the high number of 2.5 to 4-magnitude earthquake events as explained above. The 4.6 Gulf of Mexico Quake at the 10-kilometer depth (USGS) appears to be deep-magma plume triggered indicating a second-elbow formation has formed along buoyancy-barrier corridor 2 pushing east into the Caribbean, also supported by the evidence of three new volcanic eruption events in Grenada from previous weeks.
Warning: The distance between the recent 5.3 LA Quake and the Cascadia Basin Quake from February 01, 2018 has closed the distance-differential to less than 600 miles and with peak of the current earth-change uptick period scheduled for May 15, 2018.
While the Fiji-side of the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone and South America have been inundated with deep earthquake events (7 last week), the Indonesia side is showing signs of moving towards the peak of the current earth-change uptick period with deep quake events spreading north along buoyancy-barrier corridor 1 and west along corridor 3 through Gibraltar. Seismic activity is picking up along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge (upper left) and along buoyancy-barrier corridor 4 (bottom in circle below Africa), which is also typical of moving towards the peak of any earth-change uptick period. We are looking at more evidence that Earth has moved beyond the mini-lull period within the current earth-change uptick period following the Jolt from Week 07.
The forecast is to see an increase in global seismic activity moving through Weeks 12-14 with the activity high watermark coming on May 15, 2018 with the Sun-Earth-Black Star nearside alignment, which represents the time that Earth is nearer to the Black Star than at any point in the 2018 Earth orbit cycle. Kilauea is expected to display increased seismic and volcanic activity for another week or so, because the Black Star-Earth magnetic portal connection continues shortening to increase Black Star electromagnetic potential for injecting solar redirected electromagnetism into our planet. Earth metals then translate that electromagnetic energy into heat energy via the induction process for our planet to have difficulty maintaining equilibrium for Week 12 through 14. Earth is scheduled to pass between the Sun and Black Star on May 15, 2018 (see the Black Star Event Timeline at https://www.terral03.com) producing another Sun-Earth-Black Star nearside-alignment quake event to begin the anticipated earth-change lull period. Since Black Star orbital velocity is slowing leftward movement in the orbit diagram/solar system, then Earth passes the Black Star in natural orbit around the Sun for seismic-event values to drop off rapidly moving through the remainder of May and June 2018. Current projections point to a May 20, 2019 Black Star-Earth crossing event making Earth vulnerable to a magnetically-induced geological pole shift, but that date can change with new data. For example, Earth reaching the seismic-volcanic-activity peak on May 12, 2018 would place the Black Star three degrees “left” in the orbit diagram/solar system than projected by previous predictive models adding a 2020 Earth orbit cycle to the equation due to slowing Black Star inbound orbital velocity. However, if the seismic/volcanic activity continues climbing beyond May 15th, then chances of the Black Star already being here goes up with each passing day.
Earth saw six new volcanic eruption events in the last seven days with two new eruptions in the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic Volcanic Origination Zone (Halmahera and Indonesia). New volcanic eruption events in Indonesia and Eastern Kamchatka (third week in a row) provide evidence that deep magma-plume activity is increasing along buoyancy-barrier corridor 1 with seismic pressures shifting from Indonesia north through the Aleutians to Alaska and the Cascadia Basin. We can see that the projections about new volcanic eruption events shifting north to Kamchatka have already come true with the Aleutians next in line. The Kilauea predictions of increased volcanic activity have also come true, as the seismic-volcanic-pressure shift from Indonesia-Fiji through the Americas is intensifying. Just one deep Fiji 4.3-mag Quake Event (USGS: 7 last week) combined with the 4.2 Bolivia Quake (USGS) represents the lowest-amount of deep-quake activity we have seen since the 2018 Earth orbit cycle began in February along buoyancy-barrier corridor 2 for any seven-day reporting period. My prediction that new volcanic eruption event activity would migrate north from Nicaragua (new volcanic eruption event from last week) did not materialize, as we see the deep magma plume wave action shifted back south to Chile. As reported many times, the number of deep earthquake events along these buoyancy-barrier corridors is the wild card where a high weekly value sends deep magma plume pressures towards the formation terminal end, while a reduction in these deep quake events sends deep magma plume energy back towards the Indonesia-Fiji Seismic-Volcanic Origination Zone. The Reunion Island new volcanic eruption event is showing up at the same time we are seeing increased seismic activity along buoyancy-barrier corridor 4 south and east of Africa for the second week in a row. Here are more articles (link and link) where extreme low temperatures are being replaced with extreme high temperatures, as the polar vortex phenomenon loses steam across the northern hemisphere.
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